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-of-the-night insomnia, ask your doctor about intermezzo and return to sleep again. >>> iowa caucuses this year were a bit of a fiasco, right? on the night of the caucuses, they proclaimed that mitt romney had won, and 16 days later they said no, no, i was wrong, it was a tie between mitt romney and rick santorum. he said no no, it was not that he won, it was a tie, and rick santorum won. when it came to iowa allocating the delegates, iowa did not pick mitt romney or rick santorum. iowa picked ron paul. so the iowa caucuses were a mess, right? three different winners, depending on who you asked. the chairman resigned, then there was an ultimate big fight for control of the republican party. the ultimate result was that some ron paul folks became the chair and co-chair of the republican party. and while that may not mean much for iowa at this second, what will it mean in the next caucus, they are controlled by the insurgent movement, the ron paul caucus. and in 2016 is the rest of the republican party going to allow iowa to still go first? because iowa has defended their right in the nation as if goi
wanted to make three quick points. first of all i am from iowa. i know you probably thinking what does that have to do with anything? i took the emta course in iowa. >> speak in the mic. >> i am sorry. >> i am from iowa, i took the emta course in iowa. which was a year-long. to be able to go into the emt d program which was the problem to use the defibrillator you had to go through the basic training to be able to get into the defib and it was another nine-month course. i'm thinking how are we going to train police officers in a short time to be able to use them effectively? >> another thing is i wish that i would have brought the article to bring copies for you gentleman and lady. >> on the places that have done away with tasers because of malfunctions. and if you would like the article that charlie wrote i would be happy, i could send that to your facebook accounts and another one that i am going to make real quick is i have an autistic child and we have been talking about mental health illness and drug addiction, we have not covered all of the people that would be affected by this.
's running around, shaking hands, embodying joe biden to the fullest. joe biden dropped by the iowa state society ball on saturday night, he has been very open, frankly, as open as anybody, thinking about running, there's the footage, love him, joey b., 70 years old, 70 years young. he's been very open, sort of, about his interest in running for president, potentially. this is someone who has run for president twice in the past. he could have stopped by any number of state balls, correct? >> chris, at the very least, he is laying the groundwork for a potential 2016 bid. it's not a certain thing. we are going to see what hillary clinton does. if she decides she wants to run, i'm pretty sure the field will be completely cleared for her. but if she doesn't, joe biden wants to be in that conversation. maybe he runs, maybe he doesn't, but if you are even at least thinking about it, you're meeting with the governor of new hampshire, the democratic governor, you are chatting with folks from iowa. this is what people do. >> and you know what's fascinating about biden, someone that spent 40 years
on the back side of the storm, too. we have winter storm warnings that extend pretty much from iowa all the way up to wisconsin. we could see as much as six inches of snow today. a lot of travel at the airports is go to come a disaster. the high winds with the storm system, trying to fly in the eastern half of the country today is going to be a major challenge. >> bad news for travelers. >>> well, a 16-mile stretch of the mighty mississippi is closed halting trade for dozens of ships. and we'll tell you which business stories are worth keeping an eye on today. plus, new york city billionaire mayor just gave vice president biden a compliment that any man could be proud of. details in two minutes. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. the death toll has risen to 234 in the brazil nightclub fire with many survivors still hospitalized including about 75 in critical condition. investigators say the pyrotechnic flare used during the band's performance that apparently started the fire was for outdoor use only. >>> a 60-mile stretch of the mississippi river is still closed as crews t
. glazing cars like these right here in iowa. this firefighter taking part in a rescue drill in illinois. tonight freezing rain moving eastward and ginger zee is here to talk about the monday morning commute. >> reporter: icing on a very cold winter cake. parts of the midwest are spliping and sliding through their sunday. from the treacherous roads in minnesota to difficult stops in springfield, illinois. in ames, iowa, it was a quarter inch of crunch. and the ice enveloped ranches and berries from iowa to southeast minnesota, where we find justin thompson gee. >> really weighing them down. we could see power outages don't. the ice will not let up until later tonight. >> reporter: do you hear that? that's sleet covering the ground in northern illinois. you couldn't see through the windows. prows were out in full force. at least 300 flights are canceled. and by tomorrow, so worthy of an instagram, will melt away. >> where is it headed now? >> just moving out of chicago, through parts of smiffing, into the mid atlantic. look at that ice, the purple color, north of it from new york to bosto
something like this? >> well, air exactly right. you know, the iowa senators were very much for this chuck grassley, i don't know when it was that iowa became an energy state, but they now thrive on wind subsidies and ethanol. and so, it's a big problem. i guess i disagree with dan on one point, i think the tax code is so rotten right now, it's just so filled with special interest, you've got -- i think it makes the case for tax reform, dan. i think it's just, people are going to say blow the whole thing up and start over again. >> paul: dan? >>, but that's the reason they won't do it, because so many got a piece of the action and makes it so difficult. >> paul: can you argue this, mary, increases or decreases the likelihood. >> it decreases for sure because once you get that special interest, i mean, we know this from public choice theory, that special interest becomes so much more powerful and will use 24/7 as power to protect that, that carve out. >> paul: steve is arguing the worst the better. it gets so bad and the public answer, anger. >> my answer to that is argentina. (laughter) >>
caught on tape. plus, iowa's field of dreams from the kevin costner classic has been sold. details are coming up next. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back, here are some stories making news this morning. in northern pakistan today, u.s. drone missile strike reportedly hit a house near the afghan border killing a taliban commander and 12 others. >>> speaking of drone attacks, a new york judge rejected a request by "the new york times" and the american civil liberties union to obtain the obama administration legal justification for such strikes used to kill the suspected terrorists overseas. >>> the united nations said the death toll from syria's 21-month-old civil war is now more than 60,000, that's even higher than estimates made by rebel groups during the syrian army. >>> interesting in buying a civil launchpad. nasa is selling space in the building first used to put together saturn v rockets for the apollo program. >>> and for the first time, astronomers studying a newborn star got a first glimpse of the planet forming around it. there's a giant gas in the disk of mat
familia se preguntan como proteger mejor a sus hijos. en iowa, oficiales de policÍa trabajan en un modelo que nos prepara para enfrentar mejor lo im pen sÁbar sable, nos muestra bilma. >>> fue el entrenamiento con simulador para mostrar a sus oficiales como enfrentarse a un pistolero dentro de una escuela. >>> el simulador compuesto de esta mÁquina que proyecta imÁgenes en esta pantalla, pistoleroes aparecen en diferentes circunstancias, el oficial que entrena empuÑa su pistola. y le grita a un supuesto pistolero que baje el arma el simulador muestra un hombre armado. luego se escucha disparos de respuesta del oficial. esto nos ayuda a prepararnos si nos llaman para enfrentar an pistolero en una escuela. le dice al hombre del video que se maoub hacia atrÁs y no responde. el punto blanco de ludo en la pantalla muestra que el oficial apuntÓ directo a la cara del pistolero. los pasillos de una escuela esÁa un pistolero. el hombre armado logra herir a un hoyo que cae a el piso y que le grita al compaÑero policÍa que continue. el simulador muestra que el oficial estÁ con el hombre ar
in iowa. you had a supreme -- you know about the judges that got removed? we do not know about that? ok, let me talk about that for a second year of two supreme court justices were removed by the voters because they voted in a unanimous opinion based on the iowa constitution and the united states constitution on any issue involving gay rights. an anonymous political action committee comes in and takes one sentence out of an opinion of these judges who have been on the bench for years and years and years and defeats them, removes them at the polls and actually suggests that this is -- this was in the words of the organizer -- that this is a wake-up call to the judiciary. actually, it should be a wake-up call to all americans that we have a serious problem. we should not allow anonymous pac's to come into states ended the judges based on one sentence is opinion. they are going to have one, let them registered and let them decide -- let the people decide whether or not those judges acted in a way that was consistent with the constitution. as a result of that, one of the things i have asked
degrees. but by sunday afternoon, that's when the wintry mix will be moving in to northern iowa, to ohio, posing a real threat for travel in those highly populated areas like chicago, detroit, and cleveland. all of that pushing east and by the monday morning commute a real mess in the mid-atlantic, d.c., baltimore, philly all needing to watch out for ice. new york, it'll be a mix of snow and rain for you. snow in boston as well. then by tuesday, the warm air invades all of the cold places but with that will come a chance for severe weather in the south. but no time to get too used to the warmth. by late week we are forecasting another arctic blast. lester? >> all right. julie, thank you very much. >>> a big announcement in politics tonight. senator tom harkin says he'll step aside when his term ends at the end of 2014. the iowa democrat has served in the senate for almost three decades. he is the latest among prominent members of congress who have said they've had enough. for more on this, we're joined by cnbc's chief washington correspondent john harwood. john, my question to you, is th
bringing with it a dangerous mix of freezing rain, sleet, and snow. in iowa yesterday ice-covered roads were too slick for travel. a chain reaction accident in southeast iowa sent several cars and trucks off the road. in wisconsin the ice and freezing rain mixed with snow to cause hazardous conditions, and this morning winter weather advisories are in effect from minnesota to massachusetts. meteorologist jeff bern ardellely is watching the storm. >> our brutal weather is continuing. sunday areas around the chicago area picked up around a quarter of an inch of really treacherous ice. it's going to make it tough. also in detroit great lakes, snow fachlt definitely it's ice, it's sleet, it's that messy mixture that's causing most of the problems and now it's heading toward the east. early most of the weather will eventually move to the coast. that means places like philadelphia, messy mixture. if not late morning. by the end of the day, this moves toward the boston area, so that will complicate the evening commute in and around parts of new england. on the northern side of this system, it
. we have the very latest. >> reporter: roads from northern illinois to iowa are nothing but a dangerous sheet of ice. >> i had good traction until i got off the sides of the roads and it was slick. >> reporter: one iowa driver lost control flipping his truck and having to be extricated. this road was so slippery, it sent it sliding across like a toy. the storm is heading south, bringing more freezing rain, frigid temperatures from ohio to alabama. that moons the cold rain falling in new york city could make an exit. forecasts say it could reach up to 60 degrees by wednesday. it as a warmup coming from the central part of the country. kansas city 68. 70 in memphis, 78 in houston. warm news is not only good news. this weather tug of war is a perfect breeding ground for more dangerous conditions. >> although there can be isolated tornadoes with this severe weather tomorrow, the main threat will be damaging winds and also some hail. >> reporter: reporting for abc news new york. >>> three months after superstorm sandy devastated parts of the northeast, the senate is close to
the president. and last night. and talk about what a great choice that iowa made 2008 when they chose barack obama and the caucuses which we're out there working hard, as well, for. and which he was there to talk about in iowa what a phenomenal choice that iowa made in 2008 and how important it was then to set president obama on his course and also this past cycle in 2012 and general election. you know, iowa plays a central part as you covered in the caucuses and rarely a central role in the general election. it did this time around, too. thanks them. >> what does it mean for you and your dad to be part of the celebration of the latino empowerment and did for the second inauguration and the campaign? >> it's a big thank you here. the latino community, both in delaware where i'm from and the west to the east, north and south. incredibly important community. one i'm close with in my state and central to the fabric of my state and my dad's here to thank the community in a small way for being there and having the president's back. >> thank you, bo. good to see you. >> good do see you. >> wolf, t
in iowa. the sun of a furnace maker with champagne tastes. his father, he traveled the midwest gambling on bowling matches, of all things. his father was a ferociously competitive bowler. but his mother, anna, was a strict methodist and a believer in total justice and helping the poor. it was his mother, anna, who insisted that the family settle down and curnow, iowa. the home of grinnell college. so for kerry, grinnell was impressive at the time. it had an impressive faculty. they were devoted to the social gospel movement. the idea that the principles of christianity could be applied to solve all the nation's social ills. harry graduated in 1912 he followed in the footsteps of his sister, ada. he became a social worker. he became a worker at the settlement house of the lower east side of manhattan. the largest concentration of immigrants live there. for the next 20 years, beginning in 1912, he rose to leadership positions in the whole number of social services and welfare agencies, providing disaster assistance and relief to servicemen and their families during world war i. unemployme
trabajadores. ¿qué cedió para causar uno de los peores desastres industriales de la historia? después: en iowa, pende la vida de tres mujeres cuando un paseo vespertino de placer se convierte en pesadilla. (hombre) por dios, se están hundiendo. (narrador) y un helicóptero en hawái gira fuera de control atrapando a su piloto, sin advertencia. ♪ [música de acción] ♪ [locutor] "¿qué sucedió?" ♪ rador) a 190 kilómetros de tierra, una enorme plataforma petrolera está en llamas, cientos de hombres están atrapados luchando por escapar de ese infierno. los helicópteros de rescate no pueden ir en su ayuda porque el humo negro y espeso cubre el helicóptero de la plataforma petrolífera. la situación se está saliendo de control, esta crisis está por convertirse en uno de los peores desastres de la historia industrial. ♪ el mar del norte, rico en petróleo, está siendo minado por una de las tecnologías más impresionante del siglo xx: las plataformas costeras de perforación. una de las más productivas era piper alpha, esta extraía gas natural así como petróleo del suelo mari
esta ciudad. frío día de otoño en iowa cambia bruscamente al pasar un tornado por el patio de un hombre. (hombre) no lo puedo creer! (narrador) una poderosa tormenta se abre paso por una tranquila comunidad de kansas levantando una nube de escombros. (hombre 1) increíble! (hombre 2) ¿qué rayos es eso? (narrador) veremos también de qué manera una gigantesca tormenta en dakota del sur borra los sueños de una ciudad en un abrir y cerrar de ojos. fenómenos climáticos extremos relatados por personas que los vivieron en "naturaleza implacable". ♪ los tornados son un misterio para la humanidad, son difíciles de predecir y terriblemente destructivos, sin embargo capturan nuestra atención. ♪ en una tarde de julio en la pequeña ciudad de roanoke, en el centro de illinois, se incuba una tormenta. ♪ jeremy hodel se encuentra en casa con su hermana y sus sobrinos, cuando al mirar por la ventana ve en el horizonte un enorme tornado que se dirige hacia su casa. (jeremy hodel) corrí dentro de la casa, tomé la cámara y regresé a la terraza, justo a tiempo para ver como las nubes se
trail, i wasn't asking them how many points did they need in iowa. i was asking them about their aunt lucy or their aunt gladys. she said they never would wake up in the morning when they spent a summer with her. now they start their campaign days at 5:30 a.m. what got into these guys? so i was talking to them about life, not politics, and that started us on a different relationship. c-span: who was the hardest? who gave you the least access? >> guest: the hardest to get at was george bush, by far, because he was already vice president. he was already living in what i call the "bubble," surrounded by guys in suits and in front of them a wall of secretaries and secretaries to secretaries, who are all awfully busy, you know, and awfully important, and you just can't get there from here. what i had to do was to follow my own route to the candidate, which is kind of new route or maybe a one-of-a-kind route, which is through the families. the real turning point with bush came when george w. bush, george junior, brought me over to the residence for a backyard barbecue and horseshoes with th
chambliss and iowa's tom hark. the republican party story is the same. what the primaries look like? do republicans coalesce around a more electable candidate in a state, whether it's a minnesota, whether it's an iowa or does the more conservative candidate win? do the special interest conservative groups get involved? can carl robe get involved in clear primaries as he hinted he wants to do? democrats are most concerned about clearing the field and have shown an ability to do that. and they're also trying to deal with their own potential retirements and recruitments, something they've done successfully for the past couple of cycles and will already in iowa in the case of bruce bayly. next we'll see what happens. there's two big retirements that the democrats are bracing for. they seem to be prepared for the frank lautenberg one in new jersey. a little they're more concerned, but they're expecting potentially one in south dakota with tim johnson and they know if he doesn't run, in what would already have been a tough race will be even a larger uphill climb. up next, changing the way the
fifteen percent or more. >>> 2014 can be a watershed election for republicans in the senate with iowa senator tom harkin's unexpected announcement over the weekend that he won't seek re-election in 2014. republicans are feeling optimistic. this came after another democrat, west virginia senator jay rockefeller, decided to retire as well. his seat will likely be picked up by a republican. democrats outnumber republicans in the senate right now by ten. the gop would need a gain of six seats in 2014 to take control of that part of the congress. i am joined now by roll call's politics staff writer shira toplif. harkin's decision to step aside has triggered a wide open race, a jump ball if you will for his senate seat. the race could attract a number of contenders from tea party favored candidates like representative king to others. what's your thought? how is this both an opportunity and a it's ftest for republican? >> well, it's an opportunity for republicans because it's now an open seat. iowa has not had an open senate seat since the 1970s. all right? so this is a good shot in a state
will be in washington and president obama travels to las vegas. in washington news, the iowa senator announced he will not seek reelection next year. throughout this month governors are addressing their legislatures and constituents and laying out their visions for the year ahead. c-span has been carrying many of these state of the state addresses. we would like to hear from you, what are the biggest issues in your state? and what an -- and what are you and your neighbors talking about? here are the numbers to call -- you can also find as online -- send us a tweet by typing @c spanwj. state and local governments are on their best financial shape since the recession. given leeway to cushion the u.s. economy from federal budget cuts. here are some other stories in the news. this is from "the national council of state legislatures," which runs up what lawmakers are facing as they enter their session throughout the country. it says, -- it also looks at corrections costs. helping america become more energy dependent. and paying for transportation structure, roads, bridges, things like that. also, educ
in iowa, the son of an itinerant harness maker with champagne taste. his father traveled the midwives, hocking harnesses and gambling on bowling matches involving. his father was a ferocious they can have it in polar, that is another, and, with a straight churchgoing methodist and reliever in social justice and helping the poor. and it was his mother as to the settled down in grenell, iowa, the home of grenell college. and so for harry, grenell was founda, grenell was foundational. it had an amazingly impressive faculty at the time come in many of are devoted to what was then called the social gospel movement, the idea that the principles of christianity could be applied to solve both the nations social ills. harry graduated in may and 12 from grenell and followed in the foot steps of his sister, ada. he became a social worker and his first job was at the crease to do her house, a settlement house the miller recited in hot in the neighborhood where the largest concentration of immigrants in the united states lived. so for the next 20 years, beginning in 1912, he rose to leadership pos
to the pinnacle of wartime diplomacy? his origin gives you a few clues. he was born in iowa, the son, of an itinerant -- [inaudible] with champagne taste. his father, al, traveled the midwest, and gambling on bowling matches of all things. his father was a ferociously competitive bulwar boulder. but his mother, anna, was a strict churchgoing methodist and i believe in social justice and helping the poor. and it was his mother who insisted that the family settle down in grinnell iowa, the home of grinnell college. and so for harry, grinnell was foundational. it had an amazingly impressive faculty at the time. many of which were devoted to what was then called the social gospel movement, the idea that the principles of christianity could be applied to solve all the nations social ills. and harry graduated in 1912 from grinnell, and he followed in the footsteps of his sister. he became a social worker, and his first job was at the settlement house in the lower east side of manhattan, in the neighborhood where the largest concentration of immigrants in the united states lived. and for th
look to gain ground. five-term iowa senator harkin will not run again. he would be in his 80s he rain and at ed for a six year term. senator harkin has helped to craft mar quee laws including the 1990 americans with disabilities act and big sales person for the obama care . the president acting and said he fought passionately to improve life for families and insure that every american has acess to health care. harkin is the third powerful senator to announce his retirement. long time republican senator chambliss will not seek a third term . jay rockefeller of west virginia announced he is finished after five terms. five-terps in the senate and harkin is the junior senator from iowa. republican chuck grassley outranks him having held the seat since 1980. >> fox extreme weather alert. millions of americans in states with dangerously cold temperatures. they have been in the freeze zone for days now. look at the colors there. purple and pink and a little bit of light pink where it is extreme. arctic air stretching from the midwest to the northeast. people are trying to stay warm and safe
, intense people at the grassroots in iowa, south carolina, et cetera. but also give them the sort of ronald reagan promise of being able to reach back to the middle. that's the argument rubio will make. is that naive? on one level, perhaps. but it also may be shrewd. >> howard fine man, thank you. thank you for being shrewd. nia-malika henderson as well. >>> up next, before hillary clinton steps down as secretary of state, we thought we'd look back at her lighter moments. and if you want to follow me on twitter, hopefully you know the rules. you just need to spell smerconish. this is "hardball," the place for politics. [ man ] ring ring... progresso this reduced sodium soup says it may help lower cholesterol, how does it work? you just have to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- all stations come over toasy mithis is for real this time. step seven point two one
, iowa city, iowa, home of the university of iowa. if you're a lover of all things literary, this is the place for you. alumni include tennessee williams, john irving, robert frost, and the city celebrates icons with festivals year-round. number three domestic college of pennsylvania, and japan state. as long as you can avoid the news vans you might find happiness which boasts a successful town school partnership. the small town has some of the most highly respected agricultural and veterinarian centers, and the number one college town is, i'm questioning this entire survey. ithaca, new york, the home of a the college as well as the ivy league school cornell, with the debt is gorgeous, like cords. gorgeous. the abundance of gorges and waterfalls, not to mention lots of winery's. you have to live through the winter. if you can answer that you have it made. on another topic, meanwhile, do you on the part of $50 billion a month and gas? likely, and my next guest is here to tell you how to get your share of that money. author of the the book of missing money joins me now. how do
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through a kwik stop in waterloo, iowa. lets take a look at the video again--- police say the suspects were after a video poker machine. authorities tracked down three suspects after one of them left a cell phone inside the truck. >> incredible video of a rescue -- that luckily had a happy ending! a woman waiting on the platform in the madrid metro in spain-- fainted and fell onto the tracks. as a train approached. an off-duty police officer sprang into action. he jumped onto the tracks and dragged her to safety. passengers on the platform tried desparately to warn the drive. the train was able to stop in time the woman made a full recovery! >> this dog in chicago learned just how dangerous winter weather can be. the pooch was stuck on the ice on jackson harbor on the city's south side rescue crews were called in to help. they managed to sedate the dog and move him to dry land. >> jacqueline: the rainfall will return. it is already approaching the coast. timing it out on futurecast, coming up. for over 60,000 california foster children, nights can feel long and lonely. i miss my sister. i m
of this. senator tom harkin of iowa said on my radio show today without meaningful filibuster reform, it could be a rough second term for president obama. >> i said to obama one time we were in iowa, the night before the election, he was in iowa, the night before the election, i said to him, i said, look, i want some of your time after the election. he said sure, what about? filibuster. i said you get reelected, if you get reelected and we don't change the filibuster rules in the senate, you might as well take a four-year vacation, because you won't get anything done. >> senator harkin also told me about the so-called 41 rule that would require 41 republicans to vote in order to maintain a filibuster instead of requiring the majority party to find 60 votes to break one. folks, 60 votes, it isn't going to happen in the senate. not in this political climate. senator reid had included the 41 rule in his proposal, but politico reported late tonight he dropped the rule after talks with mcconnell. now, this is just coming to me right now. my head is about to explode on live television. how
. >> there is one thing i know for sure. >> yes? >> the iowa caucus. that is something that everybody agrees on. >> the weather was pretty mild, actually. >> you could not complain. even last night, people were out celebrating. its data in the 30's. you know it can be a lot colder on your si. no complaints in the weather department. -- you know it can be a lot colder on new year's eve. 35 and in westminster. the cold air is close. 20's in central pennsylvania today. if this cold air goes a little further to the south, we might have had a snowstorm to date. there was a system to the south of us. you can see in the radar. if it had come a little further south, we would have had a snowstorm. we had a slight chance for a couple sprinkles. over the next seven days to 10 days, not a lot to talk about. all you snow fans are going to have to wait probably two weeks before we have a chance remorse no. there are a couple of chances. the only way to follow those is to look at the jet stream. you see this debt in the jet stream? that will come through the day on thursday. that gives us a chance for sprinkl
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